For transition-aged youth with autism spectrum disorder (TAY-ASD), access to vocational rehabilitation (VR) services varies widely from state to state, including the percentage of those who received VR services, entered VR services during secondary school, had timely development of an employment plan, and were employed at VR exit. The number of TAY-ASD who received services in each state ranged from 35 in the District of Columbia; to 2,408 in New York. These findings were reported in "State-Level Variation in Vocational Rehabilitation Service Use and Related Outcomes Among Transition-Age Youth on the Autism Spectrum" by . . .